There are several types of job searches, from the casual browse to the desperate “pray and spray” method. When you’re looking for income, it may be tempting to keep your options wide open. This works for some job seekers but it might not be the best path for you. Take your time in your job application process to really assess if you actually want the job before you apply. It’s important that you find a balance between not working and working the right jobs.
By being selective, you can spend more time on the applications that matter. This helps you avoid being considered for a job that might be a bad fit. Here are questions you should ask yourself when debating if you should submit an application.
Am I a good fit for this job?
First, read through the job post carefully. What a company posts in their job description is like what you put on your resume: it’s the information they want you to know to make them appealing to you. Review the job description, pay rate, location and company information thoroughly to get a full understanding of the opportunity at your hands. This will help you make